160 Halloween Recipes

160 Halloween Recipes

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Halloween will be here soon, and what better way to celebrate than by organizing a fun party full of exciting Halloween-inspired food and drink? You may have already chosen your Halloween outfit and decorated your home and garden, but picking the right Halloween recipes can also help make your party go off with a bang! We have both sweet and savory recipes for you to try, as well as a range of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic Halloween drinks. Your Halloween party is going to be talked about for years with these fabulous snacks. These Halloween recipes are easy to make and look great—no more squirting red food coloring on food so they resemble blood with these Halloween recipe ideas. You’ll find a full array of creepy, spooky, and sometimes gross Halloween snacks, treats, and meals to delight and amaze.

We haven’t tried every alcoholic drink as we’d probably sleep through Halloween if we did, but they certainly look good, and there are several different spirits to choose from. We’ve also included a non-alcoholic section so children and non-drinking adults can also enjoy a delicious brew.

If you’re looking for recipes for using up your pumpkins, check out our 102 Pumpkin and Squash Recipes article, and try some of the fantastic dishes we’ve found for you.

Spooky witches' fingers

1. Spooky Witches’ Fingers

Creep out kids and adults alike with these deliciously spooky witches’ fingers cookies. They’re buttery and sweet, and an almond fills in perfectly as a fingernail.

Halloween Chocolate Chip Spider Recipes

2. Halloween Chocolate Chip Spider Recipes

Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, but you can turn yours into a spooky treat with just a little more chocolate to add spider legs to your melted morsels.

Halloween apple & strawberry pie

3. Halloween Apple and Strawberry Pie

This Halloween dessert is silly enough for the kids, but adults will love it, too. It’s a delicious pie that brings together the sweet flavors of apple and strawberry.

Baked Pumpkin Donuts

4. Baked Pumpkin Donuts

Pumpkins donuts certainly scream Halloween treat, but once you taste the blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger, you’ll want to keep making them throughout the season.

Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

5. Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

There’s never a bad time for cheesecake. Add some pumpkin and spices per this fun recipe, and you’ll have a Halloween treat that you won’t be able to keep your hands off.

Chocolate Pumpkin Witch Cupcakes

6. Chocolate Pumpkin Witch Cupcakes

Chocolate and pumpkin come together to create the perfect Halloween cupcakes. Top them with sprinkles, or go all out with a cute witch’s hat and tiny broom.

Meringue Halloween Ghosts

7. Meringue Halloween Ghosts

It only takes a few ingredients to create these ghostly Halloween treats. They’re light, airy, and delicious, and they look adorable gathered on a festive serving platter.

Halloween Franken-cupcakes

8. Halloween Franken-cupcakes

Looking for a unique Halloween cupcake idea? Create your own tasty Frankenstein-inspired treats with this fun recipe. All you need is an icing spatula to get the perfect shape.

Strawberry Ghosts

9. Strawberry Ghosts

It’s funny how tweaking a recipe just a little bit can give you wonderful Halloween treats. For this one, you just need some mini chocolate chips to turn dipped strawberries into adorable ghosts.

Eyeball Pasta

10. Eyeball Pasta

If you’re on a mission to creep out your Halloween party guests, this eyeball pasta will do the trick. It’s tasty, if you can get past the creepy eyes staring up at you!

Halloweeño Jalapeño Popper Mummies

11. Halloweeño Jalapeño Popper Mummies

Spicy and savory, creamy and crunchy—these adorable and spooky Halloween appetizers will hit all your cravings buttons. Best of all, they’re super simple to put together and even easier to eat.

Frozen “Boo”-Nana Pops

12. Frozen “Boo”-Nana Pops

If you’re looking for Halloweens treats that are a little more on the healthier side, grab some bananas, white chocolate, and popsicle sticks to make these cute ghosts.

Stuffed Pepper Pumpkins

13. Stuffed Pepper Pumpkins

Nothing screams Halloween more than jack-o-lanterns, so it’s only natural that you add these cute stuffed peppers to your list of Halloween party food. They look awesome!

Screaming Pretzels

14. Screaming Pretzels

I know these Screaming Pretzels are supposed to be scary, but they’re just too silly! To accomplish this Halloween snack recipe, just make sure not to cover the pretzel’s bottom loop.

Spider Cookies

15. Spider Cookies

Spiders may be creepy, but they can also be delicious. This fun Halloween cookie recipe brings together sugar cookies, peanut butter, and chocolate perfectly.

Frankenstein Squares

16. Frankenstein Squares

This easy Halloween treat recipe might just become your kids’ new favorite! A spooky twist on traditional rice krispy treats, these bars are fun and yummy and really easy to make.


17. Soft and Grainless Pumpkin Spice Latte Cookies

Let everyone join you for pumpkin spice season! These Halloween party cookies are thoughtful and delicious as they’re paleo, nut-free, gluten-free, and vegan.

Candy Corn Cookies

18. Candy Corn Cookies

The kids want to help with the baking, so you need a Halloween cookies recipe that’s quick and easy. With this one, they can help with the food coloring!

Pumpkin Peanut Butter Layer Brownies

19. Pumpkin Peanut Butter Layer Brownies

Have vegan friends coming over for trick-or-treating? Keep their tummies full with this yummy Halloween dessert. These soft, chewy brownies are incredibly indulgent and free of gluten.

Vampire Teeth Cookies

20. Vampire Teeth Cookies

Yummy chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, and almond slivers come together to create what are sure to be the funniest Halloween cookies you’ve ever made.

Spooky Cookies

21. Spooky Cookies

If you’re looking for creepy but delicious, give this Halloween cookies recipe a try. The combo of black food coloring and spooky eyes is sure to give guests a fright.

Mummy Meatballs

22. Mummy Meatballs

Short on time but need Halloween appetizers? These cute mummies require only frozen meatballs, crescent roll sheets, olives, marinara sauce, and about 20 minutes of prep time.

Mummy Pretzels

23. Mummy Pretzels

Chocolate-covered pretzel rods are a treat all year long, but add some cute candy eyes to the mix, and you’ve got a fun Halloween treat that both kids and adults will love.

Trick or Treat Cookies

24. Trick or Treat Cookies

These trick-or-treat Halloween cookies look like something you’d buy at the store. Best of all, you can fill them with your favorite candies or whatever you’d like.

Pepperoni Pizza Pockets

25. Pepperoni Pizza Pockets

One of my favorite things about this Halloween snack recipe is that you can use it all year long. For the spookiest holiday of the year, use a knife to shape the pockets into jack-o-lanterns.

Bite-Size Eyeballs

26. Bite-Size Eyeballs

Need quick and easy Halloween appetizers? Whip up some tasty eyeballs! This recipe requires just four ingredients and is perfect for those who are counting calories.

Bat Cheese Balls

27. Bat Cheese Balls

These bats are super cute, but they’re also the perfect Halloween party food. Each individual serving includes cheese, chips for dipping, and a little bit of garnish. So simple to make and they look great!


Creature of the Dead Halloween Cheesecake

28. Creature of the Dead Halloween Cheesecake

Make sure everyone’s standing around when you cut into this unique Halloween cake. It’s a cheesecake, but it’s tangy and releases a creepy ooze with the first slice. Children will love to help decorate this!

Spooky Cheese and Crackers

29. Spooky Cheese and Crackers

All you need to create these yummy Halloween snacks is cheese, crackers, and some mini cookie cutters. They’re simple, but they’re also incredibly festive for parties and other get-togethers.

Spider Hotdogs

30. Spider Hotdogs

Not only are these adorable spider hot dogs cute and tasty, they’re also the perfect Halloween snack because they can be prepared ahead of time and baked later.

Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers

31. Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers

Looking for easy Halloween appetizers for those who like things a little spicy? These silly mummies only take 20 minutes to put together and another 20 minutes to bake.

Spooky Halloween Ghosts

32. Spooky Halloween Ghosts

A yummy Halloween chocolate dessert that’s quick, easy, and ridiculously low in calories? That’s what you get with these darling lollipop ghosts that take only take five minutes to prepare.

Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

33. Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

Everyone loves cheesecake, but if baking isn’t on your agenda, this Halloween dip recipe will save the day. Serve it up with cookies, crackers, apples, pretzels, or any of your favorite dippers.

Melted Witch Dip

34. Melted Witch Dip

For this delish Halloween dip, you’ll be combining cream cheese, condensed milk, sugar, and chocolate to create the perfect accompaniment for dipping fruit.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

35. Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Bright, colorful, and delicious, these pumpkin cheesecake bars will round out your Halloween party food spread and could turn into the talk of the evening. The whole family can help decorate them.

Halloween Chocolate Bark

36. Halloween Chocolate Bark

Tasty chocolate bark is a fun and easy Halloween recipe for kids. Let them create spooky ghosts in the bark and decorate with chocolate pieces, pretzels, and other goodies.

Frankenstein Pistachio Blondies

37. Frankenstein Pistachio Blondies

One of the best things about putting together Halloween desserts is that they look incredible and taste good to boot. And that’s certainly the case with these delightful Frankensteins.

Saucy Spider with Hairy Leg Sticks

38. Saucy Spider with Hairy Leg Sticks

This Halloween recipe might sound scary, but it’s fun to put together and leaves lots of room for customization. Don’t like poppy seeds? Try garlic, pepper flakes, or dried onion instead.

Ghost Brownies

39. Ghost Brownies

Don’t be frightened! These delightful, ghostly brownies look like they take all day to prepare, but you can have them out on the Halloween party food table in just an hour.

Peanut Butter Monster Munch

40. Peanut Butter Monster Munch

Whether you need a Halloween party idea or just something tasty to snack on, this colorful and festive snack mix fits the bill. The addition of candy corn really sets it off.

Tangerine Pumpkins

41. Tangerine Pumpkins

Halloween food that’s cute and healthy? That’s what you get with these delightful little pumpkins comprised of tangerines and a couple stalks of celery.

Halloween Cake Pops

42. Halloween Cake Pops

Want something a little cuter than Halloween cupcakes? Cake pops are the answer. These tiny morsels pack tons of flavor, especially when dipped in chocolate and decorated.

Nutter Butter Boos

43. Nutter Butter Boos

If you live for simple Halloween recipes, you’re going to love this one! All you need is peanut butter crackers and white chocolate to create yummy, spooky ghosts.

Halloween Temari Sushi

44. Halloween Temari Sushi

Not all Halloween treats have to be sugary sweet. This sushi recipe takes a little time to put together, but the results are both dreamy and delicious. Everyone will talk about them at your party.

Mini Spider Pizzas

45. Mini Spider Pizzas

These tiny pizzas are precious and tasty on their own, but the addition of chopped olives to create a creepy spider make this an awesome Halloween appetizer.

Toffee Apples

46. Toffee Apples

Candied apples are classic Halloween food, but they aren’t always easy to prepare. This simple recipe requires only three ingredients and takes just 10 minutes to put together.

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

47. Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This Halloween cheese ball is too adorable! Made with cream cheese and shaped into a pumpkin, it’s a fast and easy addition to the seasonal festivities It tastes delicious as well as lookin great!

Zoodles with Pumpkin Kale Pesto

48. Zoodles with Pumpkin Kale Pesto

These pumpkin-shaped peppers with zoodle innards make look cute, but they’re also an extremely healthy Halloween meal recipe. Even the kids are sure to gobble them up.

Deviled Eyeballs

49. Deviled Eyeballs

Heading to a Halloween-themed potluck? Offer these creepy but delicious deviled eggs as finger food. Adding the horseradish really kicks things up a notch.

Pumpkin Spice Toffee

50. Pumpkin Spice Toffee

The best thing about Halloween treats is the opportunity to infuse pumpkin at every turn. This toffee recipe is crunchy, sweet, and full of pumpkin spice goodness.

Jack Skellington Ricotta Olive Tarts

51. Jack Skellington Ricotta Olive Tarts

These Jack Skellington tarts are just about the epitome of Halloween-themed food. Make with olives and ricotta cheese, they’re savory, rich, and just the right size.

Easy Pumpkin Pretzels

52. Easy Pumpkin Pretzels

For this easy Halloween snack, you’ll be taking advantage of the fact that chocolate-covered pretzels look just like cute little pumpkins when they dry. Only a few ingredients are required to make this great looking pretzel snacks.

Monster Eye Asparagus Gruyere Tart

53. Monster Eye Asparagus Gruyere Tart

This asparagus gruyere tart is an incredible recipe on its own, but the addition of creepy eyes transforms it into a spooky and delicious Halloween party food.

Pumpkin Fondue

54. Pumpkin Fondue

There aren’t tons of Halloween cheese recipes, but this fondue is a pretty good one. It’s made even more festive when you serve it out of a hollowed-out pumpkin.

Frankenstein Kiwis

55. Frankenstein Kiwis

My favorite treats for Halloween are those that are cute and healthy. And these silly Frankenstein kiwis definitely fit the bill. They’re almost too adorable to eat!


56. Mummy Pumpkin Cookies

The inclusion of pumpkin puree makes these quintessential Halloween cookies, but if you want to mix things up, try adding jelly, chocolate, or peanut butter.

Cheese and Pretzel Broomstick

57. Cheese and Pretzel Broomstick

A Halloween treat that the kids can help prepare? Yes, please! All you need for this one is pretzel sticks, string cheese, and chives to hold things together. You only need three ingredients to make these broomsticks!

Mummy Mini Pizzas

58. Mummy Mini Pizzas

I love Halloween recipes that can pull double duty. Prepare these darling mini pizzas as snacks or appetizers, or make a whole bunch for a fun dinner. They look kind of cute as well!

Bloody Mary with Mary’s Severed Finger

59. Bloody Mary with Mary’s Severed Finger

Can any Halloween recipe be creepier than severed fingers? With a little cutting here and there, plus the addition of some ketchup, that’s exactly what these hot dogs will look like.

Quesadilla Mummies

60. Quesadilla Mummies

Mummy quesadillas are a quick and easy Halloween dinner idea. They take minutes to prepare, and they’re the perfect way to start a night of trick or treating.

Silly Apple Bites

61. Silly Apple Bites

Not all Halloween food ideas have to be scary and gross. Use some apples, strawberries, and sunflower seeds to put together this silly (but tasty) treat. We think these look great and so easy to make!

Mini Spider Donuts

62. Mini Spider Donuts

Some of the best Halloween party food can come from things already in your pantry. All you need for this one is chocolate doughnuts, pretzels, and sprinkles.

Graveyard Taco Dip

63. Graveyard Taco Dip

This Halloween potluck idea wins when it comes to presentation. It’s super easy to prepare, and it’s the decoration that really adds the festive touch. A savory dish made with refried beans, sour cream, and avacados.

Along Came a Spider

64. Along Came a Spider

No one likes spiders, but you can create some yummy ones with chocolate sandwich cookies and some black licorice. Have the kids help with this easy Halloween treat!

Full Moon Pumpkin Patch Puddings

65. Full Moon Pumpkin Patch Puddings

This Halloween dessert recipe is so simple that the little ones can put them together themselves. And they’ll eat them all up, too, because who can resist chocolate pudding?

Witch’s Brew Brownies

66. Witch’s Brew Brownies

Wondering what to do with leftover Halloween candy? Witch’s Brew Brownies solves the problem! Toss in chocolate, peanuts, nougat, candy corn—just about anything but hard candy!

Spooky Spinach Dip in Bread Bowl Cauldron

67. Spooky Spinach Dip in Bread Bowl Cauldron

This is another recipe that you can use all year long. But when you add some green food coloring and festive decor, it becomes a fun Halloween food idea.

Mummy Meat Loaves

68. Mummy Meat Loaves

All it takes is using a couple of peas as eyes to turn these yummy meat loaves into Halloween dinner before you head out to get treats. Add a salad for a complete meal.

Mashed Potato Monsters

69. Mashed Potato Monsters

Spooky, scary, silly—these are the pillars of good Halloween-themed food. You’ll get tons of the latter when you prepare these funny mashed potato balls.

Spooky Fried Mozzarella Eyeballs

70. Spooky Fried Mozzarella Eyeballs

These Halloween appetizers may not look very creepy at first, but they come together when you split the mozzarella balls in half, add some hot sauce, and top with olives.

Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Dip

71. Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Dip

If you want to be known as the queen of tasty Halloween pumpkin ideas, show up to your next party with this pumpkin pie cheesecake dip. You can thank us later.

Goblin Grins

72. Goblin Grins

Short on time but need yummy Halloween party food ideas? You only need five ingredients max to put together two different kinds of adorable finger food.

Spider Eggs

73. Spider Eggs

It’s only fitting that these creepy Halloween finger foods come with an equally eerie name: Spider Eggs. They certainly look like something to avoid, but they’re incredibly tasty.

Monster Meatball Sliders

74. Monster Meatball Sliders

Monster meatball sliders are wonderful Halloween finger foods for kids. Depending on the size of your little ones, a couple might even be enough for dinner.

Halloween Stuffed Peppers Jack O Lanterns

75. Halloween Stuffed Peppers Jack O Lanterns

Stuffed peppers are a great Halloween food idea because it doesn’t take much to make festive. Grab orange bell peppers and a knife, and you’re half-way there.

Witchy Guacamole Dip

76. Witchy Guacamole Dip

Make sure everyone catches a look at this devilish guacamole dip before the masses dig in. It’s a charming Halloween snack that’s sure to go fast and it is really easy to make!

Pumpkin Chili

77. Pumpkin Chili

Some of the best Halloween food is that which lets you add an interesting spin to traditional dishes. Incorporating squash and pumpkin, this chili is light and healthy.

Mummy Wrapped Brie

78. Mummy Wrapped Brie

Get your Halloween cheese fix with this flavorful recipe. You’ll use brie and puff pastry to create a frightful mummy that tastes amazing with some crunchy crackers.


79. Frankenguac

To make sure everyone gets the full experience of this delightful Halloween dip, portion it into individual servings. Everyone’s going to love getting their own Frankenguac.

Blood Clot Biscuits

80. Blood Clot Biscuits

Need scary Halloween treats for a party? Hands down, Blood Clot Biscuits wins for creepiest but delicious. It’s amazing how dreadful biscuits and pie filling can look.

Human Torso Appetizer Plate

81. Human Torso Appetizer Plate

Planning a nice spread for a party? Creep out your guests while keeping them satisfied with this Halloween appetizer—it’s sure to send chills up some spines. Puff pastry makes up most of the organs.

Skeleton Bone

82. Skeleton Bone

Cream cheese and crackers are a wonderful pairing, and they come together like a spooky match in this Halloween party food recipe. A little pepper jelly kicks things up.

Deathly Hallows Cheese Board

83. Deathly Hallows Cheese Board

Try this tasty Harry Potter-inspired recipe, and your guests won’t know where to start once they catch sight of your Halloween cheese board. There are just so many goodies here.

Monster Brains

84. Monster Brains

When you put out this Halloween party snack, be sure to include a sign declaring “Monster Brains”! It’s sure to get your friends and family in a creepy mood.

Harry Potter Butterbeer Pancakes

85. Harry Potter Butterbeer Pancakes

If butterscotch, vanilla, and caramel remind you of autumn, you’re going to love this recipe. It’s perfect for a Halloween breakfast or any time, if we’re being honest.

Double Double Chocolate Cauldron Cakes

86. Double Double Chocolate Cauldron Cakes

Yummy Cauldron Cakes are a must for Harry Potter fans or anyone who’s looking for a Halloween recipe that isn’t too scary. It’s a fun twist on chocolate cake.

Candy-Coated Roach Control

87. Candy-Coated Roach Control

Kids and adults are sure to flock to this easy Halloween snack made with popcorn. But will they pause when they hear that they’re called Cockroach Clusters?!

Golden Snitch Truffles

88. Golden Snitch Truffles

Is your little one dressing up as his or her favorite wizard? Before you send them on their way into the night, treat them with this inspired Halloween food.

Day of the Dead Biscuits

89. Day of the Dead Biscuits

While not quite Halloween cookies, these Day of the Dead treats will go beautifully with your party spread. My favorite thing about them is all the bright colors.

Sausage Mummy Dippers

90. Sausage Mummy Dippers

In this easy Halloween food recipe, you’ll wrap chipolatas, sausages, or hot dogs in savory pastry to create spooky mummies that are too tasty to resist. Use premade croissant pastry so they’re really easy to make.

Halloween Muddy Buddies

91. Halloween Muddy Buddies

Make a huge batch of this recipe! Once your kids get their hands on this sweet Halloween snack, they won’t stay away. Use small bags to send some off to school, too!

Rice Krispie Treat Mummies

92. Rice Krispie Treat Mummies

Is there anything more exciting than a Halloween recipe that requires just three ingredients? Call the kiddos, because this is perfect for little hands to help with.

Poison Candy Apples

93. Poison Candy Apples

This isn’t your typical Halloween caramel apple. Add in some black food coloring, and you’ll have a presentation that’s more devious but just as delicious.

Spiced Chocolate Bat Cookies

94. Spiced Chocolate Bat Cookies

On the surface, this looks like a pretty simple Halloween treat. But cardamom and cinnamon that really give it depth. Keep your dough thin for that must-have crisp.

Chocolate Cookie Monsters

95. Chocolate Cookie Monsters

It won’t be every day that your kids beg for monsters, but that’s what you’ll get when you make these delightful Halloween cookies. There’s just something about those big eyes and teeth.

Pumpkin Lollipops

96. Pumpkin Lollipops

Don’t have the time to grow your own pumpkin patch? No problem! These Halloween cake pops are just as bright and festive—and they don’t require any watering!

Halloween Candy Bark

97. Halloween Candy Bark

There’s no baking necessary for this divine Halloween chocolate dessert. If you’ve got a microwave, chocolate to melt, and candy for toppings, you’re ready to go.


98. Melted Witch Bark

Don’t worry if you don’t get the decorating just right—these witches made of melting chocolate, some food coloring, and candy topping are like abstract art.

Bloody Cups

99. Bloody Cups

These Halloween chocolate desserts look like innocent peanut butter cups, but they’re actually filled with raspberries and oozy syrup. They’re icky but delicious!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies

100. Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies

These mummy truffles are insanely cute Halloween treats, and they’re so easy to make! Best of all, you get to work in some pumpkin, and you don’t have to bake them!

Frightful Fruit Kebabs

101. Frightful Fruit Kebabs

An easy Halloween treat recipe that’s also healthy? Sign us up! These fruit kebabs are so very cute, all thanks to a little bit of decorating chocolate. Kiwi fruit make an excellent choice for Frankenstein!

Bloody Halloween S’mores

102. Bloody Halloween S’mores

For this spooky Halloween recipe, all you need to do is add some red cookie icing to traditional s’mores. The taste doesn’t really change, but the effect is thrilling.

Edible Pumpkin Candy Cups

103. Edible Pumpkin Candy Cups

Looking for a Halloween candy idea that will blow your mind? With this one, you’ll create adorable pumpkin candy bowls that hold even more candy! It’s candy overload!

Brownie Cupcakes for Halloween

104. Brownie Cupcakes for Halloween

Halloween cupcakes are a festive go-to because they’re easy to make and highly customizable. In this one, you’ll find the lovely addition of a brownie base.

Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

105. Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

Is there anything creepier than the idea of eating dirt and worms for Halloween? Thankfully, this dirt cake recipe is tasty and loaded with chocolate.

Marble Candy Apples

106. Marble Candy Apples

These Halloween caramel apples are unique because they glisten. Customize them as you wish with different colors, and if you want more fabulous than frightening, add some edible glitter!

Mini Caramel Pumpkin Pies

107. Mini Caramel Pumpkin Pies

Make sure these delish mini pumpkin pies are on your upcoming Halloween menu. They’re absolutely darling, and they pack a lot of flavor in a small package.

Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs

108. Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs

Candy corn pretzel hugs are cute Halloween treats that take only minutes to prepare. All you need is pretzels, chocolate pieces, candy corn, and about five minutes of prep.


109. Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

Invite Jack Skellington to your next get-together with this darling Halloween cake pop recipe. His face is easy to recreate, so the character will be instantly recognizable.

Eye Pops

110. Eye Pops

If you need a Halloween cake pop recipe that’s more on the frightful side, check out these creepy eyeballs. Thank goodness they’re tasty because they’re dreadful to look at!

Pretzel Candy Spiderwebs

111. Pretzel Candy Spiderwebs

This Halloween treat recipe wins my vote for presentation. It looks like something you’d want to hang up and display! And it’s all thanks to chocolate holding things together.

Halloween Surprise Cookies

112. Halloween Surprise Cookies

Halloween is all about tricks and treats, and these fun Halloween cookies deliver big on the latter! The cookie itself tastes awesome, but the surprises inside are what will really wow.


113. Gluten-Free and Vegan Twix Bars

Do you need a Halloween candy recipe that’s vegan and gluten-free? These delicious faux Twix are a winner. They’re sweetened with dates and taste incredible.

Pumpkin Shadows Halloween Cake

114. Pumpkin Shadows Halloween Cake

Make room for this eerie Halloween cake at your desserts table. Playing on the spooky colors of white and black, it’s topped with a cute little pumpkin.


Alcoholic Halloween Drinks

Planning a Halloween party for grownups? It’s time to impress your friends and family with these awesome Halloween cocktails. They’re sure to leave your guests awestruck and begging for more. Some of these recipes are ridiculously easy to make, but their colors and effects really set a spooky mood. Others are a little more elaborate and perfect to prepare as a group activity.

Candy Cotton Shots

115. Candy Cotton Shots

In the daylight, these sweet Halloween shots may seem whimsical. But turn the lights out and pull out the glow sticks, and they’ll take on an eerie aura. Use flavored vodka to add more sweetness.

Black Magic Margaritas

116. Black Magic Margaritas

Margaritas take on a frightful hue in this Halloween cocktail recipe. You’ll enjoy the same delicious taste, but the dark color will set quite the mood. The sugar round the rim looks great!

Jekyll and Gin Glowing Cocktails

117. Jekyll and Gin Glowing Cocktails

Want a spooky Halloween cocktail but don’t want to put in a lot of work? These glowing drinks have you covered. Just add a glow stick to make them shine under black light.

Jack-O-Lantern Cocktail

118. Jack-O-Lantern Cocktail

When the kids head to bed after trick-or-treating, enjoy a Halloween-themed cocktail treat of your own with this recipe. It’s bright, colorful, and oh-so tasty. They look great served with a slice of orange and a straw.

Glowing Jell-O Shots

119. Glowing Jell-O Shots

Turn out the lights because these Halloween Jello shots glow in the dark! Make them as indicated, and then activate the black lights for an eerie but delicious drink.

Poisoned Apple Cocktail

120. Poisoned Apple Cocktail

While you can serve these Halloween cocktails in a regular glass, we highly suggest you spring for some beakers from the crafts store to really dazzle guests.


121. Sweet Poison Cocktail

This incredible Halloween cocktail recipe comes from the mixers at the Jekyll and Hyde Club in NYC, so you know it’s going to be good. And it’s so pretty to look at!

Blood Orange Sangria

122. Blood Orange Sangria

If there were an official fruit of Halloween, it would probably be the blood orange. So it’s no wonder that this Halloween cocktail recipe makes full use of them.

Zombie Cocktail

123. Zombie Cocktail

Want an easy Halloween cocktail that packs a big punch? Give this Zombie cocktail a spin. It looks sweet, but it has lots of rum floating right at the top. The yop is decorated with orange and a cherry.

Evil Eye Halloween Cocktail

124. Evil Eye Halloween Cocktail

Creepy out your Halloween guests by slipping one of these spooky cocktails into their hands. They’ll find themselves staring down into an ominous evil eye!

Risen From the Grave Cocktail

125. Risen From the Grave Cocktail

This eerie Halloween cocktail gets its name from the fact that the dollop of strawberry puree at the bottom of the glass “rises” every time you take a sip. It’s garnished with a strawberry and mint leaves.

Pumpkin Pie Shots

126. Pumpkin Pie Shots

Love pumpkin but also want a fun Halloween cocktail recipe? This incredibly tasty drink has you covered. It really does taste like pumpkin pie, with a little kick at the end.

Transformation Cocktail

127. Transformation Cocktail

This red Halloween-themed cocktail might look nice and fruity, but don’t let it fool you: It packs quite a punch thanks to the combo of rum and brandy. It’s really simple to make – just mix the ingredients in a blender!

Good and Evil Cocktail

128. Good and Evil Cocktail

This bright Halloween cocktail may be called Good and Evil, but it doesn’t force you to pick a side. Enjoy both as you party the night away with friends. It’s quick and easy to make and is topped with pineapple juice.


129. Ghost-tini

This alcoholic Halloween drink will make you feel as if you’re downing dessert at the same time. It’s so rich, and the truffle eyes are an adorable touch. There is a non-alcoholic version for the children as well.

Bloody Black Currant Punch

130. Bloody Black Currant Punch

A lot of Halloween drinks rely on food coloring to help with hellish hues. This tasty alcoholic beverage is unique because it uses natural ingredients for its deep color.


131. Blood Orange Blackberry Rum Punch

This Halloween punch may be dark and eerie, but it’s so bright and flavorful. I especially love the little bit of fizz that comes from using a carbonated soda. Decorate the glasses with pansy flowers and blood orange slices!

Dark and Stormies

132. Dark and Stormies

There’s nothing spooky about this Halloween drink, but it is brightly colored and very reminiscent of this holiday season. The ice cubes are made of ginger beer! Oh, and it tastes great to boot!

The Blackbeard

133. The Blackbeard

Like a lot of Halloween punch recipes, this one’s all about the presentation. It’s pitch black, but it’s squid ink that gets the job done, not food coloring. A great choice for adult parties.

Vampire Kiss Martini

134. Vampire Kiss Martini

Layer flavors of the season, this Halloween cocktail recipe is perfect for parties or unwinding at the end of the day. Add cute candy and other decorations for more oomph.

Blood-Clot Shots

135. Blood-Clot Shots

Just look at the name of this recipe, and you’ll realize it’ll be among the creepiest Halloween cocktails you’ll ever serve. Thankfully, it tastes better than it sounds.

The Witches Heart

136. The Witches Heart

If you have time to go all out on this year’s Halloween cocktails, be sure to pick up some dry ice and try this one. It’s spooky, pretty to look at, and delicious!

Bloody Shirley Temples

137. Bloody Shirley Temples

This Halloween cocktail recipe takes a classic non-alcoholic drink and adds a creepy spin. The kids are going to love squirting the fake blood into their drinks.

Purple People Eater

138. Purple People Eater

The kids are going to be intrigued by the name and look of this Halloween cocktail, but make no mistake: This tasty purple concoction is for adults only! A great choice for anyone who loves the color purple.

Purple Potion

139. Purple Potion

When the little ones have gone to bed, it’s time for the adults to have fun with some exciting Halloween cocktail recipes. This one uses dry ice for a creepy effect.

Embalming Fluid Cocktail

140. Embalming Fluid Cocktail

If Halloween alcoholic drinks are on the menu, give this gruesome Embalming Fluid recipe a try. We promise it tastes divine, and you can even make it kid-friendly by skipping the vodka.

Non-Alcoholic Halloween Drinks

Make sure the kids and non-drinkers of your party have plenty to sip on with this collection of non-alcoholic Halloween drinks! We’ve found some of the tastiest punches, potions, and brews to go along with your scrumptious Halloween snacks and treats.

Mad Scientist Halloween Drink

141. Mad Scientist Halloween Drink

Kids sure do love things that look creepy and gross, especially around this holiday. Feed their need for a spooky Halloween drink with this green-flavored hot chocolate.

Easy Eyeball Halloween Drink

142. Easy Eyeball Halloween Drink

This Halloween drink for kids may look absolutely dreadful, but it’s tasty, and more importantly, easy to make. To get the chilling effect, you just need lemon-lime soda and some green Nerds candy!

Magic Potion Punch

143. Magic Potion Punch

Watch people flock to this delectable Halloween punch, especially after they see you add the secret ingredient (Jello!) that causes it to fizz and sparkle! Children will think it’s a magic potion punch!

Goosebumps Punch

144. Goosebumps Punch

This Halloween-themed drink looks amazing, and like all good holiday beverages, it’s also loaded with sugar! You’ll use soda, food coloring, ice cream, and candy to pull it off!

Fanta Jack O’ Lantern Floats

145. Fanta Jack O’ Lantern Floats

If you really want this yummy Halloween drink to land, look for some jack-o-lantern stickers that you can apply to clear cups or glasses. Everyone will love the cute decoration!

Black Light Lemonade

146. Black Light Lemonade

If you don’t already have a black light for this spooky holiday, be sure to grab one, and then try this spooky Halloween-themed drink. It actually glows! It’s a really simple drink to make and literally takes seconds.

Candy Corn Milkshake

147. Candy Corn Milkshake

This yummy Halloween treat says it’s a milkshake, but it’s actually just tasty ice cream layers to look like candy corn! Either way, it’s incredibly festive and totally delicious.

Layered Halloween Drink

148. Layered Halloween Drink

Layered Halloween drinks are so pretty to look at, but the combination of different flavors is also pretty cool. To achieve the effect, you’ll need liquids with different sugar contents.

Polyjuice Potion Punch

149. Polyjuice Potion Punch

If you’ve got a Harry Potter fan among your clan, they’re going to love this Halloween-themed drink. It’s made from sherbet and lemon-lime soda, and it tastes amazing.

Vampire Ice Cream Floats

150. Vampire Ice Cream Floats

One peek at this Halloween drink, and you’ll understand the vampire reference. With all the drippy red syrup, it looks like the perfect beverage for a bloodsucker!

Witches’ Brew

151. Witches’ Brew

This Witches’ Brew is simple to make and looks rather plain, but you can kick the Halloween drink up a notch by serving it from a cauldron or even adding a little dry ice before serving.

Gummy Worm Punch

152. Gummy Worm Punch

Your little ones are sure to give this Halloween drink a thumbs up! It looks a little creepy since it’s green, but they’re sure to look past that when they see gummy worms.


153. Ghost Milkshakes

This is one of those Halloween food ideas that’s so simple to execute, but absolutely brilliant when you see the finished result. All you have to do is decorate the inside of the cups!

Pumpkin Butterbeer Hot Chocolate

154. Pumpkin Butterbeer Hot Chocolate

This luscious Halloween drink requires a bit of work, but the payoff is out of this world. It’s so rich and sweet, and it’s perfect for cooler weather. Harry Potter fans will love this drink!

Spiced Cider Punch

155. Spiced Cider Punch

The nice thing about this Halloween beverage is that you can continue making it throughout the season. It’s served cold, but it tastes warm thanks to the spices.


156. Butterbeer

If anyone’s dressing up as Harry Potter characters this year, set the mood with this delicious butterbeer recipe. This is a Halloween drink you’ll make again and again.

Sparkling Apple Punch

157. Sparkling Apple Punch

This Halloween punch recipe is perfect parts sweet and sophisticated. Don’t be surprised if you continue to prepare it well after the holiday has passed. Make it an adult only drink by adding a splash of rum!


158. Candy Corn Punch

This adorable Halloween punch recipe produces a drink that’s both pretty to look at and refreshing. You’ll love how the different flavors come together as you sip.

Monster Guts Punch

159. Monster Guts Punch

This colorful Halloween-themed drink has no alcohol in it, so it’s perfect for the whole family. The combo of ice cream and soda really does produce a creepy effect.

Ghostly Punch

160. Ghostly Punch

You’ve probably already got everything you need for this yummy Halloween drink at home. Whip it up when the kids needs something refreshing to cool them down.

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